And although no-one is quite sure who the Bangkok targets were meant to be, Iranians can't deny it was one of their own since Saeid Moradi was caught red handed, although minus a few legs.
Moradi and two Iranian cohorts had been playing with bombs in their house when something happened and part of the roof blew up. The two cohorts escaped leaving a wounded Moradi behind.
According to Reuters, Police General Bansiri Prapapat told them
“He tried to wave down a taxi, but he was covered in blood, and the driver refused to take him.” He then threw an explosive at the taxi and began running.Oops. A little instant karma there, since unfortunately four others were injured.
Police who had been called to the area then tried to apprehend Moradi, who hurled a grenade to defend himself. “But somehow it bounced back” and blew off his legs, Pansiri said.
Pansiri claimed they found Moradi's "Iranian" passport, that Phuket was his point of entry on February 8, and that a bag was found with U.S. dollars, Iranian and Thai money.
A second suspect, Mohammad Hazaei, was apprehended at the international airport on his way to Malaysia. The third suspect is still at large.
Iran has remained mum regarding the Bangkok blasts. Guess you can't deny anything when it's quite clear the suspect is Iranian.
But I'm sure this won't be the end of the attacks, and Iran will continue to deny any involvement, if they can.
Other source: Daily Mail